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star crossed astronauts. what's ahead for lisa nowak after she pleaded guilty for attacking a rival lover. >>> sammy sosa insists he's not trying to lighten his skin. let's look at the picture. why he says he's looking so different. >>> hi, i'm from new york. i'm giving a shout for all the ones out serving our country. right now we are thinking about you and we love you. take care, blessed thing. god love you. >> a lot of viewers with the same sentiment on this ved rans da -- veterans day. thank you, veterans. >>> a hydroelectric dam had problems. this happened in brazil. power was out in paraguay, uruguay. some are concerned what will world will think because the olympics and world cup are coming there. >>> a former astronaut is getting probation for her attack on a romantic rival. i know you remember this story. lisa nowak pleaded guilty to reduced charges for confront ag woman in an airport parking lot. reports say she drove from houston to orlando and followed shipman to her car. shipman says she is still haunted by what happened. >> i know in my heart when lisa nowak attacked m
just one company makes it. lisa stark has details. >> reporter: with so many children fightg the h1n1 virus, there has been a huge demand for the liquid pediatric version of tamiflu. the government has now released its entire emergency supply. >> one of the reasons to release the stockpile is to make sure that no child is without medicines who needs to have medicines. >> reporter: it's hard to quantify exactly how much of a shortage there is of the pediatric tamiflu. at this maryland pharmacy, they're only able to get enough for about one patient a month. so pharmacists a making their own children's liquid tamiflu by taking the more powerful adult capsules and diluting them. >> this has to be made this way for the foreseeable future. >> reporter: why the shortage of tamiflu? the drug is made by just one company, roche pharmaceuticals. roche didn't invent tamiflu but bought the license to manufacture this now-critical drug. it's become a huge moneymaker. sales quadrupled over the past year. despite the shortage of liquid tamiflu, roche says there are plenty of capsules for both adults
bribes to local officials. a spokesperson for blackwater said the clas were false. >>> lisa nowak has pleaded guilty in connection to a bizarre plot of attacking a romantic rival. nowak, who drove cross-country who confront shipman, must serve one year of probation. >>> michael jackson's father will have to drop his challenges against the executivers of his son's will. a los angeles judge says joe jackson does not stand to inherit any of michael's assets. but jackson said his son had been supporting him. so, the judge is allowing him to seek a monthly allowance from the estate. >>> for most of us, a sneeze is nothing more than a minor annoyan annoyance. but for 12-year-old lauren johnn, it's a way of life. the virginia girl sneezes about 12,000 times every day. this started about two weeks ago, when the sixth grader came down with a cold. and ever since, her parents have been trying everything to get her help, including 6 doctors and 11 different medicatns. >> i don't feel a tickle in my nose. a lot of people have canned me that. it just kind of constant. so, i don't really notice it.
, authorities want to know just what caused this tragedy that is shaking a campus and a community. lisa fletcher has the latest from dickinson, north dakota. >> i'm kyrstin's father age today is probably the worst day of my life. >> reporter: the outpouring of grief rivaled only by the outpouring of support as this small campus bands together reacting to the shocking news, the tragic deaths of three college softball players. kyrstin gemar, afton williamson and ashley neufeld. >> they were really close. >> ashley loved this school and this was her family away from home. >> reporter: the three best friends went missing over the weekend. the only clue, a frantic distress call to a friend that abruptly cut out. police say the chilling call came from their sinking jeep. they were trapped inside. the friend called 911. police immediately put out a bulletin. >> please be on the lookout for a white 1997 jeep cherokee with california plates. the streak has possibly three female occupants. please check areas around water, dam, lakes and rivers. >> reporter: after nearly two days of massive searches police
mere, florida. thank you so much. joining us now from wlaenks is lisa bloom. lisa, good morning. >> good morning. >> let's start with the latest. p this report from tmz this morning, that investigators may go after the medical records from the hospital that treated tiger after the accident to see if his injuries were consistent with domestic violence, to sfee they're consistent with his wife attacking him. in order on obtain a warrant for those records, don't they need to show probable cause that a crime was committed? >> yes, they do. but that's a very low legal standard. they just have to have some reasonableable suspicion, some reason to believe that there was a domestic violence incident. and they have an obligation to pursue an investigation of domestic violence, but having said that, if there's no complaining witness, if tiger woods is standing by his wife as he appears to be, i don't see a domestic violence investigation going very far. >> so then how do we explain why police have been so persist tent in trying to talk to him when under florida law he's not required to ma
. >> reporter: while at us airways' hub in washington -- >> flight 1825. >> reporter: flight attendant lisa scott knows the routine ll. what's the secret to staying sane if you're a flight attendant? >> yoga. [ laughter ] lots of deep breaths. >> reporter: the airlines anticipate just under 2 million fliers to pass through all the nation's airports toda but the busiest air travel days will be sunday and monday with just over 2 million fliers each day. and 23-year veteran lynwood harris knows what they're thinking. >> they're thinking about that wonderful dinner at grandma's house. their expectations of getting there on time and most of all, having their bag arrive with them as well. >> it's a family obligation, right? >> yeah, we're -- yeah. it's going to be fun. the heartland. it's going to be fun. it's going to be great. >> check in early. please plan on arrival at the airport two hours ahead. >> reporter: the good news, thanksgiving 2009 looks to be snow and ice-free. >> the weather is cooperating, passengers are moving well, and flying's good. >> reporter: okay, here's the advice. if yo
it comes to customer service. lisa robinson explains. >> hopefully you'll have great customer service this holiday shopping season. but that wasn't always the case for our secret shopper. with the i-team hidden camera rolling we sent her to a dozen stores in the baltimore area. she'll make purchases and then give us her overall opinion of the experience, including the help she received and the cleanliness of the stores and ladies' rooms. some places got it right. >> service was excellent. i told her it was a gift. she gave me a little bag, a gift receipt. absolutely pleasant. >> other places? well, she thought some of them weren't so good. >> i would walk out the door. it's in such a shambles, this store. >> see which were the best and which ones didn't cut it in the annual i-team customer service test. for the 11 news i-team, i'm lisa robinson. >> 6:20. another check on weather and traffic is straight ahead. >> also, after a tough loss to one of the best teams in the league, the ravens now face a do or die situation for the rest of the season. if they hope to make it to the playoffs.
for your views on this. let's get to the phones. lisa is calling us from missouri. lisa, what's your situation? >> caller: hi. i'm a mother of seven children. >> wow, okay. >> caller: and i've found that, you know, it's better to be honest with your children as the situation occurs, because children are a lot more understandable these days than we think. >> okay. you think that they're mature than we give them credit for. >> caller: yes, i do. >> okay. are you fortunate enough to still be in a situation where you can take care of them? >> caller: yes, i am. my husband is back to work now. unfortunately, i'm still laid of off, but my children understand those things, because we have been completely honest from day one with our children. >> okay. hang in there, lisa, and i hope that you are gainfully employed again soon, as well. let's get to greg calling us from arizona. all right, greg. lisa says that you should talk to the kids about what's going on. what do you think? >> caller: well, in our household, we have three rules about family and christmas. >> okay. >> caller: the first ru
co-pays and out of pocket expen expenses. lisa sylvester explains. >> reporter: for many u.s. workers, it's open enrollment time, when workers choose their company-sponsored health care plans for next year. what they're finding, many corporations have scaled back. workers will have to pay higher out-of-pocket a company that advises corporations on benefit plans four out of ten employers are raising workers' deductibles and co-payments next year. >> health care costs are still rising faster than pay, rising faster than profits, rising faster than almost any other input. and so those costs have to be shared. and one way to do that is to increase the out of pocket costs for people who use health care services. >> congress is debating a health care bill, but will it push down those rising costs that workers have to shell out? democrats think so. >> this is why this legislation is important. affordability for our middle class. it lowers cost for every patient, reigns in premiums, co-pays, and deductibles, limits out of pocket cost. >> reporter: but many americans are not persuaded that pre
rival in some kind of a love triangle, lisa nowak is due in court today. you will hear about a plea deal on the table. michael jackson's father is challenging his late son's will. he says the executors of his son's will made a big mistake. >>> good morning! hope you're awake at 17 minutes past the hour and that you're on time here. >>> president obama hopes to become the first sitting president to visit hiroshima and nagasaki, the cities hit by u.s. nukes during world war ii. it won't happen when he visits ya japan this weekend. he says his schedule is full. in the past presidents have avoided the cities so they don't appeal critical of the decisions to drop nukes. many think it saved lives ending the war. >>> another astronaut accused of attacking another woman over an ex-boyfriend may take a plea deal. lisa nowak will be in court in florida. prosecutors say the deal has some conditions but they're not giving the details. nowak pleaded not guilty to attempted kidnapping and other charges. the woman she allegedly attacked is expected to be there today as well. that ought to be interestin
they say there's nothing out of line. here's lisa stark. >> reporter: in a washington, d.c. conference room, experts from around the country gathered to scour for even the smallest clues that the h1n1 vaccine is causing dangerous reactions. dr. bruce gellen is the government's point man for the vaccine and says of the millions who have received the vaccine so far there have been 302 reported side effects. >> mostly sore arms, malaise, fever, things like that. >> reporter: nothing that would raise a red flag to y, oh-oh, this vaccine may not be safe? >> we're looking hard. we have many different systems in place. so far we haven't seen anything that worries us. >> reporter: the government's massive surveillance effort involves cross-checking lists of those who have received the vaccine with any later reports of health problems. data will come from health records from the department of defense, veteran affairs, the indian health service, medicare. and even from private health care plans covering 20 million americans. doctors and the public can also report side effects to a government vaccine
and the eye-opening figures about the number of illnesses and deaths. >> lisa stark reports from pennsylvania where vaccine production is stepping up. >> reporter: the new numbers expected from the centers for disease control today are likely to say some 4,000 americans have now died from the h1n1 flu. that's three times as many as earlier estimates. now, the cdc says that's not because the epidemic is more deadly than thought, but simply that they are recalculating the numbers to get a more accurate picture of the toll of this flu. the new numbers expected from the cdc will be based on a computer model looking at surveillance systems that the cdc uses to track influenza. systems such as hospitalizations, lab testing, and emergency room visits. thbest protection remains the vaccine. and there are still long lines to get it. here at sanofi pasteur, they are working 24 hours a day, seven days a week. this is the only company that is making the h1n1 shot in the united states. and has produced half of the nation's supply so far. sanafi promised 20 million doses by the end of october but delivered
's son. post a comment on our facebook page. we will read them on the air. and lisa has already written in, if the school has a contract and the player cannot abide by the school's contract, then he shouldn't play no matter who his father is. keep those thoughts coming. >>> in other news with all the negative attention weighing heavy on his heart, florida linebacker brandon spikes asked to serve a full game suspension for apparently trying to gouge the eyes of a georgia running back. spikes' coach urban meyer got criticism because he only suspended him half a game so spikes is the one stepping up and saying just suspend me a full game so we can move on. i applaud his maturity. lastly, students and faculty at the university of alabama birmingham participated in the school's oldest tradition, the gurney derby. each team has two men and two women and one nonliving passenger on the gurney which is a doll of some kind. >> so they're not real people, little pets or something. >> it would be a much bigger story if it were. that is a look at sports. >> all right, rafer, thanks so much. >>> poli
sales, something malls are trying to do all over the country this time of year. here's abc's lisa fletcher on what happened. >> reporter: it was a holiday spectacular. designed to draw crowds to the mall. but something went horribly wrong. this cell phone video captured the aerialist performing without a net falling nearly 20 feet as hundreds helplessly watched. >> working over 30 feet we typically always use safeties. the net has to be a minimum of eight feet off the ground. if the net is two feet off the ground, it's not functional. >> reporter: miraculously she survived. the 26-year-old performer who is asked not to be identified is optized with a broken wrist and pelvis. she says she and the rest of the troupe know the risk is part of the job. >> these are not ordinary people. these are the top traid athletes in the world. >> reporter: retailers across the country are going to extremes in the downed economy to attract coveted shoppers. but free giveaways are other thing, a dangerous aerial show, some are wondering if that's going too far. your answer is no is. >> not at all. i
, it is 5:00, not 6:00. welcome to 11 news, i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm kate amara. first we want to take a look outside with john collins. >> and you're always going to find one clock somewhere in the house you forgot to change. right up there, what is that one saying? one minute passed 6:00. now, we got kind of a split decision on today's weatherment the rain is coming down pretty good now. for football fans who are going to the game, dale tailgaters are not going to be happy with the way the game is turning out, but , you know, tailgaters get started really early. >> thre don't care, john. they are out there. >> get a plastic bag. >> a garbage bag. >> if you are an early starter and you want to pack up and go down there to the stadium, there is a lot of rain coming down. it won't be ending in the next hour or two. let's put it that way. by gametime at 1:00 this afternoon, it looks like this stuff will be out of the picture, at least in the baltimore area. what you are looking at is an hour's worth of motion. the rain reaches back as far west as west virginia and to the west of roanoke
the passengers. washington has been released on bail. >>> in orlando, former astronaut lisa nowak has pled guilty in connection with a bizarre plot to attack a romantic rival. before enis tensing novak apologized to colleen shipman for the pain she caused. it's been nearly three years since nowak drove across the country and confronted shipman in a parking lot. nowak will serve one year of probation. >>> a jury has delivered a stunning defeat to government in its first bid to prosecute corporate fraud related to the economic crisis. two former bear stearns hedge fund managers were found not guilty of lying to investors. their funds bet heavily in a subprime morage market at the heart of the economic collapse. prosecutors may now be less likely to bring cases like this to trial. >>> that cbs producer accused of blackmailing david letterman made his first appearance in court. joe halderman's lawyers tried to convince the judge to throw out the case. they claimed it was all a big misunderstanding. abc's carla wohl has the details. >> reporter: a clean-shaven joe halderman appeared in court where his
and w their eldly aunt -- elderly aunt. lisa night was pregnant. the 6-year-old daughter was gunned down while sleeping in the bed. the talented and adored child play played piano before turning in. she was scheduled to perform in nutcracker performance the next day. her parents are devastated. >> i was going to take a shower and i can smell my baby my shirt. if i take a shower it's gone forever. i'll never smell her again. >> investigators believe that paul merhige was driving a blue four-door 2007 toyota cam camry. it has a tag -- w427jt. it has spoiler on the back to make it unique. they're working with the jump-starter police department 24 hours a day on the case and using every resource to find him. if you have information on paul merhige's whereabouts, you're urged to call this number here. 561-746-6201. we will continue to bring you updates throughout the day on the case. >> shannon: thank you for the latest. dairy farmers in maine are taking matters in their own hands to save their businesses. milkers and farm hands are getting and keeping valuable jobs. fox's molly line explains
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